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The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Resigned. --Col. John Dudley Davis, the delegate in the Legislature from Amherst county, has resigned his sent, and Governor Letcher has ordered an election to be held on the first Thursday in December to fill the vacancy.
ion Appointing Committees of Safety. adopted February 25, 1865. "Resolved, by the General Assembly, That the following appointments be, and are hereby, made to constitute the Committees of Safety for the respective counties of the Commonwealth, in accordance with the joint resolution of the General Assembly, adopted February 25, 1865; and they are earnestly invoked to organize forthwith for the faithful and zealous discharge of their patriotic duties: Amkerst.--Paulus Powell, John Dudley Davis and Jacob Warwick. Amelia.--E. C. Robinson, William Old, jr., and S. R. Seay. Appomattox.--James G. Patterson, Samuel J. Walker and James Calhoun. Alleghany.--Andrew Fudge and William H. McDANIEL. Barbour.--Albert G. Reger, L. D. Monel and Henry R. Sturin. Bath.--Stephen A. Porter, William H. McDonald and Osborn Hamilton. Bedford.--Edward C. Burkes, William L. Goggin and Thomas Campbell. Bland.--William M. Bishop, Gordon C. Thom and Franklin Grayson. Botelourt.--Ja